AGING SUCKS: Portraits of an Older Michelangelo Indicate He Had Arthritic Hands.
Artist says portraits of hip-hop group used without authorization on album former pharmaceutical CEO bought for $2 million
Artist Mauro Balcazar draws inspiration for his mixed-media work from his favorite movies and TV shows—with a focus on expressive, colorful portraits of scifi and fantasy characters who’ve become pop-culture icons. Read more...
Myla Gonzalez Portrait photography can be extremely challenging, even when everyone involved is fully clothed, but bringing things into the boudoir can be an entirely different challenge. We asked boudoir photographer Myla González of...Show More Summary
It’s a darned Sapphic week in home entertainment, with a little 007 SPECTRE action thrown in for bombast. Daniel Craig’s James Bond finally gets to the bottom of a criminal conspiracy in Spectre, Lily Tomlin plays a non-nonsense lesbian who comes to her granddaughter’s aid in Grandma, and a lesbian tries to break her cycle [...]
Warning: Some readers might consider a few of these images not safe for work. Photographer Demetrius Fordham has just released a portrait series called “Ageless Beauty,” which celebrates the loveliness of women aged 45 and above. Fordham...Show More Summary
3.5/5 My god, the thing works. A film with all the trappings of a coy sex comedy blossoms into a nuanced portrait of two identities shattered by loss. Never has the phrase “pleasant surprise” been more apt. I don’t know what I expected from The New Girlfriend, but I certainly didn’t expect anything this genuinely [...]Show More Summary
Kotobukiya has officially unveiled its Spider-Gwen Bishoujo Statue, complete with interchangeable masked and unmasked portraits.
A die hard Wu-Tang Clan fan's artwork ended up in the band's $2 million album, but he's not happy about it -- he's suing Martin Shkreli and RZA. Jason Koza says he submitted 9 hand drawn portraits of Wu-Tang members to be posted on a blog called Wu…
3. Dr. Gachet was more than a muse.
The Museum of the City of New York presents Picturing Prestige: New York Portraits, 1700-1860, an ensemble of iconic New Yorkers presented by intricate and elegant portraits, which were commissioned as status symbols and painted by the very best artists a young nation had to offer. Show More Summary
Marilyn Monroe. Steve McQueen. B.B. King. Jeff Goldblum. The Terminator. With a cast like that, it's no wonder "Portraits," Jeep's stirring commercial for Super Bowl 50, is a winner. Today, the minute-long spot for the Fiat ChryslerShow More Summary
Spoiler alert: I shouldn’t even have to write this anymore. And then there’s this: WHO DID THIS? pic.twitter.com/LhrMVjm0WZ — Superhero Feed (@SuperheroFeed) February 6, 2016 [Via Reddit] The post SPOILER ALERT: The Solo Family Portrait [Pic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
The master probably had osteoarthritis, but his commitment to art may have kept his hands functional until his death in 1564, according to doctors.
Tony Viramontes was born in 1956 in Los Angeles, USA, of Spanish and Mexican parents. He traveled extensively as a child. He studied fine art and photography in New York at FIT and Parsons, before switching to fashion and beauty illustration. When...Show More Summary
Nehaal Gonsalves creates photo-like drawings using a tablet and Adobe Photoshop. His portraits of celebrities like Emma Watson, Cara Delevingne, and Benedict Cumberbatch have gone viral recently, and it's easy to see why. You can check...Show More Summary
Because Sears Portrait Studio is the tits, this is the Han Solo family portrait somebody Photoshopped together and I saw on Facebook (anybody with more info on its origin feel free to leave it in the comments). What a happy looking family, right? It sucks Ben grew up to be such a temper-tantrum throwing monster. Show More Summary
The agency created a 60-second Super Bowl spot for the occasion.
jaded-mandarin: Pere Crusells. Detail from Portrait of a Woman with Attributes of Diana, 1725.
Lady of the Court of Napoléon I, Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Isabey In the Metropolitan Museum of Art, roughly 10×7 in (25×18 cm). Though graphite pencils largely took the place of chalk and crayon in the late 19th century, this beautiful portrait drawing — done at the turn of the 19th century and attributed to court […]